Monthly Archives: December 2005

C U in RL in SL

Thanks to everyone who came to the Euro Linden Christmas Party at the weekend. It was great to meet up with all the Lindens, residents and non-residents who helped make it such fun. I’ve uploaded a set of photos of … Continue reading

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Da Boom?

So I was going to have a whole post about the infohub here today – but the message board isn’t quite working yet, and they are only placeholders until the resident created ones are thrown in.  Nonetheless, I hope that … Continue reading

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UK Second Life Monster Christmas Weekender This Weekend!

Saturday 10th December: Meet in the main downstairs bar at the Broadway Cinema Nottingham (or in the lobby if the bar is too busy) at 8PM. We’ll stay there until at least 10 to make sure we meet everyone, then … Continue reading

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“Tommy Lee Jones,” the black man said.

I dunno, I don’t see the resemblance… (The pic got squished, it’s Ted Kaczynski) Just ’cause I bombed the welcome area that one time. (Pic links to the website)

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A Wizard’s Visit

I had the pleasure of sitting in on a meeting and lunch with Pavel Curtis today.  For those who don’t know, he was the guy behind LambdaMOO – one of Second Life’s granddaddies.  It let it’s users create, change, script, … Continue reading

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The Wisdom of Tipping Long Tailed Crowds With Content Powered Rockets

Raph Koster is currently wondering where popularity comes from on his blog, but although he starts from The Wisdom of Crowds, a lot of Raph’s discussion of opening big versus opening small seems to have more to do with network … Continue reading

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Country or Platform or Both?

Gwyneth Llewelyn has recently written a great and thoughtful blog entry, where she worries that ‘mainland’ SL will effectively become a landscape dotted with huge colored cubes. She says that all the ‘content’ of SL will soon be inside those … Continue reading

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